Tying a room together demands attention to detail. When you’re remodeling and starting from scratch, there can be so many overwhelming options to integrate into your home to get it looking great. Here, England Furniture reviews more interior decorating trends to include in your next remodel. Of course, no room is complete without some gorgeous new England Furniture.
Distressed Wood Floors
Out with wall to wall carpeting, in with rustic flooring! In years past, floors would sustain wear and tear that might drive you insane. Thus, wall to wall carpeting became commonly used in many homes. The time has come to reveal, once again, those beautiful wood floors. Often, contractors can restore original flooring and create a distressed look. What’s great about this look is that any scratches or stains that may occur over time look deliberate, so all you have to worry about is sweeping up the dust.
Grand, arched windows bring a level of sophistication to any space. They let sunlight flood in when they mirror the size of a doorway. Arched windows are an unexpected unique twist that look classic and clean.
Accentuate your arched windows with straight, sleek lines of light curtains. Heavy curtains may overwhelm a smaller space, while light curtains, if hung correctly, still make a huge statement. The trick is to hang the curtains well above the top line of the window, and extend past their edges. This makes the window look larger, while also letting more sunlight in.
Finishing the Look
Complete your room with furniture that will last for years to come. The furniture featured in this room comes from the Reed collection. The Reed Sofa has rolled arms and turned bun legs. It can be accompanied by a matching loveseat, chair, ottoman or sectional.
Seat Width 67″
Seat Depth 22″
Seat Height 20″